My Favorites | Highlights

My Favorites | Highlights

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City Managers favorite places

5/5

San Antón Market

Shops and markets

The San Antón Market is located in Chueca, one of Madrid's busiest neighbourhoods. This famous San Antón Market has several floors where traditional food stalls are combined with modern restaurants of...

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4.3/5

Círculo de Bellas Artes

Culture

This building was inaugurated in 1880 because of the efforts of a small group of artists. In it there are several exhibition halls, elegant halls where festivals and the Carnival dance are celebrated...

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5/5

La Central de Callao

Shops and markets

The Central de Callao is undoubtedly the best bookstore in Madrid. Located in an old palace, the bookshop has two floors, a bistro where you can have breakfast or brunch and a room for exhibitions and...

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5/5

Madrid Río

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Madrid Río is a large park located in the southern part of the city, on the banks of the Manzanares River. Its construction is recent and is the place where many people go to run, skate, play or just...

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5/5

El Retiro

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Buen Retiro Park is the green lung of Madrid. It was built by the ancient kings as a recreation park. Here you can find real jewels. You have to visit the beautiful Crystal Palace, the French garden a...

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5/5

El Jardín Secreto

Coffee, Tea, Bistros and Gelaterias

The Secret Garden is one of the most charming places to have a drink in Madrid. This charming garden is located in one of the busiest areas of the city, next to the Gran Vía. To access the roof you mu...

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4/5

Reina Sofía

Culture

The Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid is the name of the Museo Nacional y Centro de Arte de España. The Reina Sofía Museum is one of the best in the whole national panorama. If you want to get to know some...

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4/5

Museum of Romanticism

Culture

The Museum of Romanticism is a Madrid Museum of the lesser known but which has an extraordinary richness in its interior. It is a cultural attraction not very well known in the city because it is loca...

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5/5

Campo del Moro

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

The Campo del Moro is one of the most beautiful gardens in the city and also one of the most unknown. It is at the back of the Royal Palace. Here you can immerse yourself in a fairytale world: with pe...

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4.5/5

El Museo del Prado

Culture

The Museo Nacional del Prado is undoubtedly the most famous museum in Spain. Here you can see paintings by the most important painters in Spain and abroad: Goya, Velázquez, Miró, Picasso, Tintoretto a...

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Top 10 for first-time visitors

5/5

Prince of Anglona Garden

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

The garden of the Prince of Anglona is located in the heart of the district of La Latina. It is an 18th century palace garden. Its style is a mixture of Western and Arab elements. When you enter throu...

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5/5

El Templo de Debod

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

The Temple of Debod is a beautiful park in the centre of Madrid with views of the best sunset in the city. In the middle of the park is the Temple of Debod, a gift from the Egyptian government. It is...

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5/5

El Retiro

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Buen Retiro Park is the green lung of Madrid. It was built by the ancient kings as a recreation park. Here you can find real jewels. You have to visit the beautiful Crystal Palace, the French garden a...

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5/5

House-Museum Sorolla

Culture

This museum is the house where Joaquín Sorolla lived and painted, one of the most important painters of Spanish impressionism. His paintings reflect the incredible light of his native Valencia. In the...

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5/5

Sabatini Gardens

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

These gardens are part of the Royal Palace. Its palace style, French style, was designed by the Italian architect Sabatini. Here you can abstract yourself from the noise and imagine what the life of t...

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